The airline has blamed the cancellations on “disruptive weather” and air traffic control issues
By Edmund DeMarche
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, took to Twitter late Sunday to speculate about Southwest Airlines’ decision to cancel more than 1,000 flights just days after its pilots’ union asked a court to block the company’s new COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
The airline has blamed the cancellations on “disruptive weather” and air traffic control issues. Some Twitter users were suspicious of the timing of the disruption, including the Texas Republican.
“Joe Biden’s illegal vaccine mandate a work!” Cruz tweeted. “Suddenly, we’re short on pilots & air traffic controllers.”
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